I’m interested in making a “modern” built-in wardrobe such as those
on this web page:
using more wood/plywood materials and have a few basic questions
maybe someone can help out.
If you look at the gallery of pictures on the linked page , the sliding
door frames are made of alu profiles with various materials used in the frame
to form the doors. The doors and alu profiles on which they slide are attached
to the floor/ceiling and are separate to the internals/shelves etc. of the wardrobe.
What I’m interested in is a wardrobe from floor to ceiling without
a back where the floor is visible (you can flip through the photos on
the above linked web page to see a few examples).
(a)What hardware is used to fix the verticals (floor to ceiling
and those from shelf to ceiling or floor) to the floor/ceiling ?
(b)Do any verticals or shelves need to be fixed to the wall
for stability ? (as far as I can see, the end verticals are fixed to
walls and attached fixed shelves give stability but not sure what other
fixing is needed)
(c)In case there is no wall on one end of the wardrobe, how
is the plywood/wood side which is in it’s place fixed to the
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